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Stanford Vs Oregon tonight! Get ready

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I don't want Kelly. Goes for it on 4th instead of kicking for 3 in the first Q? What?!

Then he berates the refs aim much that he gets a 15 yard penalty.

Guy must be full of himself.

I don't think he'd do that in the NFL. A lot different in college when your team is just that more talented than the opposition, sometimes.

I really like the offense Oregon runs. When they pass, the QB has a lot of options to throw to so it's not one read or go (though their is a designated #1 receiver but as seen on that touchdown, QB went to his 4th progression). Belichick adopted Kelly's number system and runs a quick offense. Defenses hate facing the no huddle. I think he'd adopt to the players he's given as he's proven (did it when he came to Oregon). Still not my #1 option but I wouldn't opposite it.

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Oregons about to open it up.

With a 3 & Out, huh?

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Chip Kelly's offense is fast paced, but ultimately his read option base won't work in the NFL. For one, it messes up any kind of running attack you have, because it's only designed for big run plays. (Not a consistent attack) So we see Chip have success at this level, but we should know by now that won't translate into the NFL.

Yes, Bellichick may have adapted some of Kelly offensive style into his offense, however I yet to see Brady run the option.

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With a 3 & Out, huh?

Lol...wont be the last time im wrong. Btw they just got the int... ;)

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So with a half on the books, David Shaw contained Oregon's offense. I don't think Shaw will leave Stanford this year, but if I was JR, I would give him a long look at HC or OC.

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So with a half on the books, David Shaw contained Oregon's offense. I don't think Shaw will leave Stanford this year, but if I was JR, I would give him a long look at HC or OC.

He's 19-2 thus far, has NFL exp, runs a real offense, is a former Stanford WR, played for Dennis Green and Bill Walsh, his father was a NFL coach, etc.

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